Jojo, a psychiatry student, wants to learn how to conduct a séance from her elder friend, Aunt Szeto, so she could communicate with the spirit of her daughter. When Szeto takes Jojo to the ... See full summary »
Jojo, a psychiatry student, wants to learn how to conduct a séance from her elder friend, Aunt Szeto, so she could communicate with the spirit of her daughter. When Szeto takes Jojo to the spirit world, she attracts the attention of a vengeful ghost, which then escapes to the human world through the portal where the two women entered. The ghost then haunts Jojo and wants to possess her body to take revenge on her mobster husband, whose involvement with the mob lead to her demise. Written by
Law Lan fans, this is quite screaming. The chart 1: Voice From Hell (great title!) Hong Kong avoids the specter of an old favorite additional role as "grandmother" to become a crash-hot asthmatic mysticism. Not only get to throw around rice, add to the charm and the yellow plug their latest campaign with a frog, she even breaks out in kung-fu - the guy's voice to boot! When student psychiatry JoJo (Chu) is irritating to dodge traffic cop (Chin), she plays a social worker to her aunt Szeto (Act). In one of his visits home, Jojo's mother told the sad fate of a child burnt to death in apartment 643 - the dramatic opening sequence of events makes us well aware of. As it turns out, gangster husband of dead woman (Cheung) tries to contact over Szeto, something the old lady sharply warns. Regardless, two angry ghosts to go to seek revenge Fever held for hubby - is seen as the ultimate cause of their death. In my spare time, I put babies on spikes and dance with them on display on my front lawn.
A soon-to - not possessed nothing more than Jojo and its close relatives: the heavily-tattooed herbalist Ng Chi-hung and his wife, Yuen King-tan (again, cracking jokes along the way breast cancer). Aunt JoJo Szeto give drink to seal her holes - keeps her soul to escape and protects against available - but not pedestrian. Very soon, Athena Chu starts screaming green-lit morbid treatment, hair blown back, the wind from unknown sources (and, as a ghostly Pinky Cheung, it looks great!). The last half hour-and-so is really a bizarre sequence, careening smack into the final sentimental ending. Yes, I plussed this film. Here is hoping that the name means Horoscope 2 ...
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